cory stroller

With two 8-year olds and a 5-year old between us, Pilar and I rely on our friends and family with babies to tell us what’s up in the baby world. Our friend Cory, who we think is the most well researched of all of our friends, tells us that this stroller is the best…well, at least for city dwellers who need to throw it in taxi trunks, get it up a flight of stairs and into a small storage space—all with one easy movement and with one hand.  If you’re in the market, check out the City Mini Stroller. I made Cory show me the fold-up several times, and it was pretty amazing, not to mention light.


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Comments (5)


  1. Love info like this! I haven’t needed a stroller for years but it’s hard to let go of the thrill of the hunt. I guess that’s what happens when you spent a good portion of that precious nap time reading online stroller reviews. Memories…..:)

  2. Posted by: Helen

    We actually just got rid of our City Mini. I also fell in love with the easy fold. But….

    1) it’s actually pretty huge on a bus, subway, car trunk that’s not a cab, etc.
    2) I don’t think it handles that well, leading to …
    3) My wrists were hurting from trying to control it.

    We walk much more than we use public transportation, and so we switched to a stroller that was easier to push and could hold more groceries and other bags — the Uppababy Vista (on sale at Amazon.) If we were doing more collapsing and toting of the stroller, I would have gone for their G-Luxe umbrella instead.

  3. Posted by: jennie

    i absolutely love my city mini double stroller for my twins! best purchase yet. it’s super lightweight (all things considered), and really easy for me to get into and out of the car. i’m only 98 lbs so that says a lot. can’t even imagine how much lighter a single one would be. :)

  4. Posted by: Sara

    Just purchased a britax that is super similiar to the city mini. Folds the same and is super light, I prefered how it handled to the city mini though. I can one handed push my 6 month old or my bigger girls (4 &6) if they decide to take advantage!

  5. Posted by: Heidi

    That’s what we used…I loved it!

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